Breast augmentation surgery is a surgical procedure using silicone prosthesis to increase or change the size of breasts in women with congenital small breasts. Women usually prefer this surgery either to symmetrically balance asymmetric breasts of different sizes after previous breast surgery, or to have breasts that are more suited to their body proportions. Regardless of the purpose, women expect from breast augmentation surgery; larger, tighter and visually more satisfying breasts.
New Generation Breast Implants Include Microchip
Silicone breast prostheses have come a long way since the first use in the 1960s. From health reasons to aesthetic reasons, women around the world go now increasingly under the knife for silicone breast augmentation. The new silicone breast prostheses with nano-surface include a microchip that allows the doctor or person to easily access important information about the silicone prosthesis. Yes, you didn't read it wrong, breast implants now have microchips!
With this chip, when and by whom the breast prosthesis is made, size, volume, serial number and date of the procedure can be easily determined. Although breast augmentation surgeries with silicone prosthesis increase rapidly, it is still considered as a major surgery. These microchip implants aim to alleviate people's fears about breast augmentation. Therefore, the initial consultation with your plastic surgeon is very important, and if you are considering silicone breast augmentation, you should definitely examine it.
In addition, thanks to the elasticity of the gel sealant of the new silicone prostheses, you get a round prosthesis that acts like an anatomical prosthesis, acts naturally, looks great and is virtually imperceptible to touch.
Who are good candidates?
If you believe your breasts are too small for your body
If the clothes that fit your hips are too much for your breasts
If your breasts have contracted after giving birth
If your breasts have contracted due to weight loss
If one of your breasts is smaller than the other; you may be a good candidate for Breast augmentation surgery.
How is the operation process?
Breast augmentation surgery is performed under general anesthesia. After fully understanding the patient's expectations, the type and placement of the prosthesis to be used in accordance with the patient's body proportions are determined. The operation takes approximately 1 hour. Surgical incision is made under the nipple, axilla or the where the dark area around the nipple meets the skin.
By entering through the incision, an envelope is placed under the breast tissue or under the muscle, the implant is placed and the incision is closed with self-melting sutures.
After suturing and taping the skin incision, the breasts are wrapped with a special bandage. The patient is hosted in the hospital one night. A special bra is then used for several weeks to maintain the shape of the breasts. Fatigue, mild pain can be seen postoperatively and can be greatly reduced with appropriate medications. Swelling, tension disappears slowly within 1 month.
Breast augmentation surgery is a very high level of patient satisfaction.
Does it leave permanent scar?
Although there is a scar on the body in each surgery, breast augmentation surgery is one of the processes where scars are usually heal best.
Are the results permanent?
Under normal circumstances, the results of breast augmentation surgery are long lasting. Routine follow-up with your doctor is very important.